With time, the eyebrows may fall and lead to a tired appearance. The eyelids may feel heavy and you may find you are using your forehead muscles to lift these heavy tissues out of your field of view. You may even experience headaches. When the eyebrow droops, it may cause a fuller appearance in your upper eyelid. It is important to recognize a drooping brow because eyelid skin removal (blepharoplasty) does not address this underlying condition. Blepharoplasty will often worsen the brow ptosis. The drooping brow itself must be addressed to provide proper eyelid function and alleviate your symptoms. There are various surgical options and Dr. Hui will meet with you to determine the appropriate plan. Procedures are performed on an outpatient basis with minimal postoperative pain. Most patients resume their normal activities one week after surgery.